Thursday --- 6:08 p.m.

I'm so glad at least the mayor of Milton, Guy Thompson, is going to do something for the log trucks to get another route. Because, 1982 kill two children from Pace, two teenager and inured the cousin.

The lady lost her two only children and I'm glad they're going to do something about it. If it cost more, or if it takes longer, that's just too bad. Our children are precious and we miss them. Hooray, hooray for Mr. Thompson. I hope you can do it. This is Maria in Milton.

Friday --- 7:16 a.m.

Yes, this is Gabby. I just want to let you know that Walter Williams in the minority viewpoint hits the nail on the head just about every week. This week's black self-sabotage was the topic and everyone needs to read that.

On the Zimmerman deal, killing Trayvon Martin, if he really wanted to kill him, he would have killed him before he got in range where he could be hurt.

As far as Jesse Jackson, and this group down in Tallahassee there to stop the second amendment---Jesse Jackson does not live in Florida, he should not even be here in Florida. Those that do believe in the stand your gun law needs to activate a protest and go down and let the governor know how the rest of us feel. Thank you for your time, goodbye.

Friday --- 2:19 p.m.

Yes, this is Annette. I saw a couple of Speak Outs in the paper about the taxes, the new taxes. I just wanted to inform everybody that the way to really make a difference is to go to the Board of County Commissioners meeting for the public hearing on the tax increases that they're proposing. There's going to be two of those meetings. One is at 6 p.m. Sept. 3. And the final meeting is Sept. 16 meeting at 6 p.m.

This is required by law that they allow you to come in and they have to have this public hearing. They have to have this public hearing. It's fine to write or call in, but if I were you, I'd just show up and let them know how you feel about your taxes being increased once again. Thank you.

Saturday --- 6:21 a.m.

Yes, good morning. This is Billy Rogers in Blackwater. It has been discovered that Representative Broxson is assisting a bunch of lawless fox hunters to obtain hunting land in the wildlife management area south of Highway 4 in Santa Rosa County.

If the private landowners wish not to tolerate this chaotic activity, they need to call Doug Broxson and ask him why he is supporting this type of activity. And the landowners need to attend the FWC commission meeting Sept. 6 at 7:30 a.m. at the Crowne Plaza Hotel near the civic center in Pensacola and register to speak your voice.

The dog hunters appear to be juggling numbers to make everybody think they are hundreds and hundreds in membership when actually, they're soliciting membership from every state in the United States. These people cannot vote in Doug Broxson's district.

And there's not very many that live local and are eligible to hunt in Blackwater and in Doug Broxson's district. Those people in Arkansas cannot vote for Doug Broxson. People need to ask him why he's supporting this type of activity against the private property owners. Thank you printing this message, it is very important to me. Thank you.

Saturday 12:41 p.m.

Hi, this is Bob in Pace. I just received a bill and notice in the mail that I ran a red light on Highway 90 in Milton, which I had no idea that I did.

The bill is extravagant. It's nothing but a scam by the city. I will pay the bill, but I will not do  business, nor will I come back to Milton for any reason. I will do my business in Pace or Pensacola. Again, this is nothing but a scam by the City of Milton. Thank you very much.

Saturday --- 5:05 p.m.

Well, I have just finished reading the Saturday edition of the Press Gazette and I just want to say thank you, thank for printing all the pictures of those that have been arrested. We really need to know those that walk among us. And this is just a concerned citizen. Thank you.

Saturday --- 9:46 p.m.

My name is Dale. I just got done reading in the Saturday's paper about the correctional officer who was arrested. You know, you're going to have these things from time to time. The most disturbing part about this article that I read was the lack of commitment on the warden's part. When questioned, he said well maybe he would look into it.

Well, then they talked about a little bit about the background checks that they do. I don't care if this young man passed the background checks.

If he was arrested for the things he was arrested for, according to this article. If he's found guilty, he needs to be fired. And the warden should have said as much. He needs the benefit of the doubt and I'll look into the warden should have said, and if I find out he's guilty, then he's gone. And I think the Gazette better do a follow-up article on this, because if this man keeps his job after that, then he's not the problem---the warden is.

Monday --- 9:05 a.m.

The following firms jumped in quickly and severed ties with Paula Deen. Wal-mart, Sears, JC Penny, Target, Smithfield Foods, Home Depot, Walgreens and a few others. Wouldn't it be great if the buying public spoke up and severed ties with the above firms for trying to destroy this God-fearing lady.